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On the first Instant a Small Schoner Vessel tender to the Trimer privateer belonging to Goodrichs...
From my knowledge of your unceasing desire to promote the welfare of your country and fellow...
The preservation of the relative importance of Virginia among her sister states must be held...
Your letter of the 14th. was received by the last night’s mail, in answer to which I beg leave to...
The General Assembly in their last Session, passed a resolution and address congratulating the...
For many sessions past has the General Assembly of this Commonwealth turned their attention...
Richmond, 30 Dec. 1792 . Introduces Lord Garlies to TJ as a “young nobleman … entitled to every...
I did my self the honor to write to the President of the United States, a few days past relative...
I do myself the honor to transmit to you a letter addressed to me by the British Consul residing...
The enclosed resolution of the G. assembly I very much wish to see fitly and ingeniously executed...
Richmond, 7 June 1793 . If TJ can give letters of introduction to the bearer, Mr. Livingston, a...
I beg leave to transmit to you the enclosed copy of a letter from Colonel Newton. The President...
It has been deemed proper by this Government to direct Vessels coming from Philadelphia, the...
The intelligence contained in the letter from the British Consul at Norfolk of the 26th. ultimo,...
In addition to my letr of this day, I beg leave to ask yr. attention to some matters which very...
The claims on my time since having been so pressing ever since I was introduced by Mr Walker into...
On my return home, a friend made known to me a report in circulation, so deeply affecting my...
I received this morning a letr. from one of the council of the gentlemen in Connecticut, at whose...
Having had the honour to transmit to M r Jefferson a copy of the ‘campaign of ’71 in the...
I do myself the honour to transmit for your examination, a small political essay, which for a...
I had the honour to receive the other day your letter of the 10 th of this month covering a five...
It occurs to me that it may be desirable to the directors of the V a University to acquire the...
The only definite proposition I can obtain from M r Wyer is that the collection of specimens in...
I heartily rejoice that your health is restored, and congratulate the lovers of your country and...
I now dispatch one of the youths I had some time ago the honour to mention to you, whose...
I am unwilling that my enthusiasm in favour of your university should not be effectively known to...
At the request of some military friends, and in compliance with a desire which I have for several...
Since my last letter it has occurred to me that it should have contained an idea which I did not...
I have read with great satisfaction your letter of the 15 th and most heartily thank you for the...